My Name Is Oona

My Name Is Oona

Gunvor Nelson

Gunvor Nelson | 1969 | 10 min.

Nelson’s final breakthrough on the American avant-garde film scene. The sound consists of Nelson’s daughter, Oona, repeating the names of the days of the week and of her saying “my name is Oona”. The latter is edited into an expressive rhythmical structure that accompanies the visual structure of the film that plunges into the experience of a child.

Session 1. Manipulaciones vivas. Screened with Take Off, Schmeerguntz and Frame Line

 

SCREENINGS
11/nov Ave 2 / 19.30
12/nov Ave 1 / 22.00

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